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Hello!

Welcome to Maggie May Clothing™! We are glad you found us! Maggie May Clothing a professional design and sewing studio specializing in authentic, high quality, historical clothing for women and children from the years 1780-1920. We collaborate with nonprofit organizations and businesses who view historical fashion as a way to tell the stories of the past in an authentic and original way. Please feel free to have a look around! And feel free to contact us if you do not see what you are looking for!

Collection Highlights

Clientele

NBC/Sony  |  Walt Disney Pictures  |  Tim Burton Productions  |  Forty Acres and a Mule Film works  |  The Hallmark Channel | The Sante Fe Opera  |  The Oregon Shakespeare Festival  |  Quotidian Theater Company  |  Pallas Theater Collective  |  Shakespeare Theater Company  |  Georgetown Community Theater  |  The American Repertory Theater   |  Stanford University Theater  |   Papermill Playhouse | Frazier International History Museum  |  Historic Brattonsville  | Conner Prairie Interactive History Park   |  Strawbery Banke Museum  |  George Ranch Historical Park  |  Lowell Mill Historical Park  |  Washington on the Brazos Historic Park  |  Jean LaFitte NPS  | Musée Royal 22e Régiment  |  Wells Museum Community- UK  |  The National Civil War Naval Museum  | Barrington Living History Farm | Historic Exchange Place and many more

Latest Posts


1850s work dress

1850s Work Dress in Wild Berry Print

Our 1850s-1870s era Work Woman’s Dress has been a popular and economical choice over the…

1850s Indigo Work Woman’s Dress

This Spring we completed this lovely 1850s era Work Woman’s Dress in an indigo cotton…

1840s Autumn Work Dress

We made this lovely Young Lady’s Autumn inspired 1840s era work dress for Historic Exchange…

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